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September 20, 2019
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Bowlsome opens in North Adelaide

The Bowlsome team has opened up in North Adelaide with a frontage that features the same wholesome bowls you know and love, plus an expanded sweet smoothie bowl range.

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  • Words: Johnny von Einem
  • Pictures: Kate Bowman

Bowlsome, the health-focussed food bowl concept founded by Danielle Elia and her husband, James Anthony, has opened its fourth location in North Adelaide Village on O’Connell Street.

“North Adelaide is a fantastic area with a supportive community which allows us to extend our reach and goal for the brand; to offer high quality, fresh, wholesome bowl food with a no fuss attitude,” Danielle says.

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Bowlsome North Adelaide
North Adelaide Village, North Adelaide 5006
Mon-Sun: 11am ’til 8pm

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The North Adelaide Bowlsome offers the same range of pre-made and build-your-own savoury bowls, with an expanded smoothie bowl offering.

“Smoothie bowls were something we always wanted to do, however, wanted to perfect our recipes and the timing of the release,” Danielle says.

“With the opening of the fourth store and coming into the warmer weather, it was the perfect time and natural evolution for our brand.”

There are now four smoothie bowls available at all Bowlsome stores.

Danielle and James, who also own Public Caffe on Franklin Street and will soon open espresso bar Way Back When at the new GPO Exchange at 10 Franklin Street, are about a month out from opening their all-day dining restaurant Pippo, which will also open in North Adelaide Village this October.

Bowlsome’s owner Danielle Anthony

 

Bowlsome North Adelaide continues the aesthetic set across the brand’s three other stores – in Henley, Adelaide and Burnside Village – and was designed by Danielle.

“The new store has a more urban feel, but still contains the same Bowlsome vibe; neutral accents that allows for the fresh seasonal produce to be the hero,” Danielle says.

“This store has a terracotta concrete render counter by Concrete House, who did our first ‘Well’ at our Henley store. I’ve used cork flooring on the walls, pops of olive green tiles by Earp Bros & fixed stools by local designers, Agostino & Brown.”

The North Adelaide Bowlsome is open from 11am ‘til 8pm seven days a week.

Keep an eye on CityMag in the coming weeks or updates on the progress of Pippo.

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